Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing - Paul Werstine, Barbara A. Mowat, William Shakespeare Shakespeare truly is the greatest writer of the English language.

For the most part, I really enjoyed this book. I liked that it had a happy ending, and nobody died because of a stupid misunderstanding.

Speaking of that stupid misunderstand, Claudio was kind of an idiot, and Hero was underdeveloped. Considering they are the main couple, neither one of them were interesting, which is sad.

Don John was a pathetic excuse for a villain. He could have been a brilliant, misunderstood criminal mastermind, but he was lame and his motive was watery.

Beatrice and Benedick. The King and Queen of playful banter. Honestly, Beatrice was my favorite character. Benedick by himself was a bit boring, but I adored the tension between him and Beatrice.

Overall, I really enjoyed MAAN. Four stars.